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  • Magical Work of Art

    PERTHS BEST PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR LEASE 24 OCTOBER 2015 | ISSUE 41

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    GET INSIDE 85,000 HOMESPut your property in the hands of 85,000 potential purchasers by

    advertising in CY Magazine. Contact Caporn Young to find out more.

    www.capornyoung.com.au | 08 9385 5559 | /capornyoung

    With a striking street presence born of its imposing architectural shapes and fascinating gothic forms, this landmark in leafy Bicton is a true work of art.

  • Anyone whos moved house knows you need to allow a little extra time for the inevitable trip down memory lane.

    Especially if youve been in a home for a good few years, you are bound to

    come across some relics of the past that were stored away long ago and quickly forgotten about.

    At the moment, our Applecross team is preparing to move into its new office on Canning Highway and during the clear out, we unearthed some early editions of the CY Magazine.

    Looking back, its incredible how far this magazine has come. When it launched back in 2004, we distributed roughly 19,000 issues each month. Now its a fortnightly magazine, delivered to 85,000 homes and businesses every second week. The magazine has tripled in size, now featuring larger images and a top quality gloss finish, which allows our sellers to showcase their property looking its absolute best.

    It was also interesting to see old listings that weve sold again in the years since. I sold a home on Claremonts Albert St in November 2005 for $1,215,000 and again last Christmas for $1,300,000. All in all, the 7 percent price increase outperformed Claremonts median growth for the same period.

    Would we have liked to see more? Of course. But its important to remember that its all relative, especially if you are then buying again in Perth.

    Despite the negative hype, the market is now advantageous for people upgrading into a higher price bracket or entering for the first time. Downsizers are also benefiting from the increased supply and healthy competition in the apartment market.

    Added to that, there are some enticing mortgage deals available, particularly for owner-occupiers. Many people have more to gain now than they did when the market was rapidly growing. So before buying into the cynicism, do your own maths you might be pleasantly surprised where you stand!

    W E L C O M E CY Magazine is published by:

    Caporn Young Estate Agents - Claremont Head Office 4/355 Stirling Highway Claremont, WA 6010

    For advertising or other enquiries, please contact Patricia Cheah on (08) 9385 5559.

    CY Magazine is distributed free of charge to the shaded areas below:

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    COVER: Captivating gothic inspired design at 47A Birdwood Circus, Bicton. Contact Stefanie Dobro 0409 229 115 or Michael Harries 0434 076 229 for more information.

  • Koalas and pythons are among more than 20,000 visitors expected to descend on Cottesloes main streets for its annual festival next month.

    The Cottesloe Village Carnival will this year offer a dedicated Kids Zone complete with a mini wildlife zoo, as well as a hawkers food market and live entertainment.

    Formerly known as Hullabaloo, the event is also expanding beyond Napoleon Street, with Station Street joining in on the festivities taking place on Saturday November 7 between 10am and 5pm.

    Cottesloe Village Association co-president Hament Chavda says the carnival was going to be bigger and better than ever, with more entertainment and childrens activities.

    Its all about bringing the community together and bringing the businesses together, he says. We want to have fun and celebrate everything that Cottesloe is about.

    Hament moved from the United Kingdom 18 months ago, branching off from his career as a pharmacist to take over Napoleon Street health food store Natures Harvest.

    Last year was our first experience of the Cottesloe Village Carnival and we had so much fun. The event attracted 13,000 people and there was a fantastic atmosphere. There were so many families having a great day out.

    The event has grown in leaps and bounds over the last six years. As well as all the special activities, its a chance for visitors to explore the restaurants and businesses in the area. It brings people back to

    the Cottesloe shops and reminds them this is a great place to come. The wonderful thing about our business district is that it has fantastic character every business has a story and a family behind it.

    This year, Hament says his daughters, aged 7, 10 and 12, are most looking forward to getting up close to the koalas, pythons and other animals in the West Oz Wildlife zoo, as well as the giant-size lawn games and face painting. Other Entertainment will include roaming fairies, stilt walkers and mini sports for younger kids. Meanwhile, adults can relax in the local cafes or explore the pop-up food market. Local Perth musicians are performing live throughout the day.

    The expanded event is among a range of new initiatives being championed by the Cottesloe Village Association to invigorate the areas central business district. Also on the horizon is a plan to develop the lane-ways connecting Napoleon Street with Station Street, in order to better promote the flow of shoppers.

    Cant make the Cottesloe Village Carnival? Street festivals are happening all across the city in the lead up to Christmas. North Perth will host the Angove Street Festival on October 23 and Light Up Leederville will take over Oxford Street on December 6. Mt Lawleys famous Beaufort St Festival is set to attract a crowd well over 100,000 on November 14. Meanwhile, the first weekend of Subiacos Markets on Rokeby kicks off November 7 and 8, and the Fremantle Festival, now in its 110th year, runs from October 23 to November 1.

    NO HULLABALOO BUT THE CARNIVALS COMINGCOTTESLOES STREET PARTY IS NEXT MONTH

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  • C L A R E M O N T | F R E M A N T L E | A P P L E C R O S S www.capornyoung.com.au | 08 9385 5559 | /capornyoung

    EMMA MCCARTHY0417 920 448

    emmam@capornyoung.com.au

    STEVEN CURRIE0413 984 569

    steven@capornyoung.com.auFOR SALE $9,250,000_____________________________________________________________________

    INSPECT By appointment_____________________________________________________________________

    KEY FEATURES Magnificent 26 metre north facing frontageOnly 25 steps to the water

    Rare direct access to waterfront

    Offering absolute water frontage, this is one of the last remaining undeveloped blocks with incredible river panorama and city skyline views. Design, plan and build your dream residence amongst some of Perths finest homes capitalising on this spectacular view and unique location.

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    1127IS THIS APPLECROSSS BEST ADDRESS?2A FRASER ROAD, APPLECROSS

  • C L A R E M O N T | F R E M A N T L E | A P P L E C R O S S www.capornyoung.com.au | 08 9385 5559 | /capornyoung

    MICHAEL HAYTER0422 616 979

    michael.hayter@capornyoung.com.au

    AUCTION On site Saturday 7th November 2:00pm_____________________________________________________________________

    INSPECT Saturday 24th October 1:30 - 2:00pmThursday 29th October 5:30 - 6:00pm

    Saturday 31st October 1:30 - 2:00pm_____________________________________________________________________

    KEY FEATURES Indoor-outdoor entertainingThree light-filled living areas

    Freedom to lock-and-leave

    This stylish four-bedroom home offers the space and separation of a large family residence, without the constant maintenance demands. Built in 2002, its immaculately presented with top quality finishes and a luxurious, timeless style. Satisfying every conceivable need for a family or executive couple, its set to attract high interest - so dont delaying in expressing your enthusiasm.

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    4 2 2 530LIVE BY THE RIVER9A MONEY ROAD , ATTADALE

  • C L A R E M O N T | F R E M A N T L E | A P P L E C R O S S www.capornyoung.com.au | 08 9385 5559 | /capornyoung

    MICHAEL HARRIES0434 076 229

    michael@capornyoung.com.au

    STEFANIE DOBRO0409 229 115

    stefanie@capornyoung.com.auFOR SALE Offers above $1,599,000_____________________________________________________________________

    INSPECT Saturday 24th October 1:30 - 2:00pmSaturday 31st October 1:30 - 2:00pm

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    KEY FEATURES Beautiful light filled kitchenTheatre room with opulent furnishings

    Large, heated resort style-spa

    Secure & extremely private

    With a striking street presence born of its imposing architectural shapes, this landmark in leafy Bicton awaits a new owner who will delight in its remarkable soaring spaces, the beautiful natural light, the fascinating gothic forms and details and the opulent use of wrought iron, timber, tile, colour and fabric in a home that is a true work of art. This handmade masterpiece combines a magical atmosphere with real versatility and comfort in a tranquil location.

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    4 2.5 2 578UNIQUELY MAGICAL47A BIRDWOOD CIRCUS, BICTON